Net Tango Launches New Website for Nashville’s Music City Center
We’re excited to present the new website for the Music City Center, the city of Nashville’s new convention center which opened in 2013. The new, completely redesigned website serves as the convention center’s primary communication gateway to planners, exhibitors, and visitors.
Located on 16 acres in downtown Nashville adjacent to both the Bridgestone Arena and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, the Music City Center has 1.2 million square feet of public meeting and exhibit space and boasts a 4-acre green roof. As recently announced, the Music City Center has hosted 961 events with 1,929,843 attendees, generating over $1 billion in direct economic impact since opening in May 2013.
The completely redesigned convention center website is built on Drupal featuring a mobile responsive design, an improved user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) for site-wide navigation and an entirely new information architecture. Other features include an improved event calendar, news, search and Flickr integration with purpose-built design.
“The Music City Center has quickly developed into a major leader in the convention industry and their new website, with purpose-built design and Drupal development, now more clearly reflects their bold vision and beautiful facility,” said Stephanie Minier, Net Tango Project & Business Development Manager.
“Our Government Solutions team has worked with the City of Nashville since 2010, helping Nashville as well as other city governments and government agencies translate complex challenges into simple solutions by leveraging our strong engineering and programming expertise.”
According to Charles Starks, President/CEO of the Music City Center, “Net Tango has been a great partner to the City of Nashville over the years and their experience in designing and implementing websites for government agencies helped us create a user-friendly new site for our planners, exhibitors and visitors to easily navigate and efficiently find the information they need.”